Kim Engelbrecht is a South African actress best known for her role as Lolly van Onselen in the SABC3 soap opera Isidingo.
Engelbrecht made her screen debut in the 1994 feature film Sarahsarà, based on a true-life story about a 12-year-old girl of Sudanese decent who swims from the Isle of Capri to Napoli in Italy.
Shortly after appearing in the film she landed a job as a child presenter for Craz-E, a kid's programming block on fledgling free-to-air channel e.tv.
She was soon headhunted by the SABC to host their educational show Take 5.
In the late nineties she played the role of troubled teenager Lolly van Onselen in the SABC3 soapie Isidingo.
Other television shows she has appeared in include Pute Monate Show (which she co-wrote as well) and the SABC2 crime procedural Zero Tolerance, in which she played the role of Sadika, a lesbian dancer.
She has also appeared in the films Boy Called Twist (2004), The Flyer (2005) and Bunny Chow (2006).
In 2014 she had a recurring role as Sgt. Noma Banks, a sergeant in Vega's Archangel Corps who is Alex's friend and fellow soldier, in the apocalyptic supernatural action television series Dominion.
In 2017 Kim was cast at The Mechanic, the brainy engineer who assists the villain Clifford DeVoe (The Thinker) on the fourth season of The CW and DC's superhero action series The Flash.